Desire Avarice Jealousy Lifestyle.

I am unhappy.

These are the most heard from people.

This is also reported to be cause of Stress.

People attribute this to the changed Lifestyle and a host of other factors, like work pressure,peer Pressure.

But there are more fundamental issues involved.

One is regarding our-self.

Another is how we behave with others.

Regarding the first point, our attitude of Comparing ourselves starts in childhood.

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I am hurt.

Mad rush for things.
Consumerism.Image Credit. http://philebersole.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/consumerism/

I am unhappy.

These are the most heard from people.

This is also reported  to be cause of Stress.

People  attribute this to the changed Lifestyle and a host of other factors, like work pressure,peer Pressure.

But there are more fundamental issues involved.

One is regarding our-self.

Another is how we behave with others.

Regarding the first point, our attitude of Comparing ourselves starts in childhood.

Parents would like children to be what they have failed to be and force them into doing what they may not prefer.

Parents compare their children with other children and force the children.

Then comes the way of behaving.

They are taught what the others follow and this even in matters of Food and dressing.

There is a fine line between good behaviour and aping others, especially the West.

Then Education.

We study what guarantees high income, without bothering whether one has the aptitude or attitude for it.

Lifestyle again.

We acquire , not things we need, but what we think others will be envious about.

That’s the point.

We allow ourselves to be conditioned by the others.

Why?

Because we want to be what they are.

Bottom line of this, we are jealous of them.

But this remains hidden in our heart.

Jealousy, trying to become what we are not and our striving t be like them is the cause for our ills.

This is what we should avoid.

Closely connected to this is our desire , avarice.

We fail to distinguish between Wants and Needs.

Blind desire blurs the line between the two.

Desires are fine.

We should be able to channelized desires, not allow desires to direct our lives, or Desire is impulsive and does not envisage the future problems arising out of satisfying the desires.

If we can avoid Jealousy and Desire, avarice, quality of our Lives would improve.

 

 

Warranty For Interior Decoration Carpentry


Many of us, after spending a lot money on purchasing a New House, entrust the carpentry work/Interior Decorations to some carpenters or some people styling as Interior decorators.

We do not enter into any Warranty.

The Carpenter, Interior decorators tell you that the raw material they have used is the best and the Wood will last for Ten years, other things like door handles, Fittings will last Five Years.

There seems to be no format available.

 

I am providing a Format, which may be customized.

 

This may be cross checked with your lawyer.

 

Stamp paper of Rs 25 will do.

 

But gentlemen do not need agreements, but others can  break it at will, whatever the Clauses!

 

 

 

Warranty.

This Agreement of Warranty is executed between,

……., S/o ……., Aged  years , residing at  …………………………………….                      ,hereinafter called Party of the First Part,

And

Mr./M/s ………S/o , engaged in the business of Interior work/decoration of Homes.’ Residing/located at,……………………………………………

Hereinafter called Party of the Second Part,

Whereas party of the Second Part approached party of the First Part to do Interior decoration, Carpentry work of the residence of party of the First Part, described in detail in the annexure and  Party of the First Part having agreed to give him the Work for a consideration of Rupees  /- ( …….. ) as per specifications of the Party of the First Part,

And the Party of the Second Part, having completed the work  and Party of the Second Part , having paid the agreed consideration of Rupees…….,in full, to Party of the First part

Now enter into an Agreement of Warranty on the Following terms and conditions.

1. Party of the Second part shall replace without any cost, damaged, defective wood used in the work done at the property of the party of the First Part, for period of Ten Years.

2. Cost here includes the cost of replacement of such wood that might need replacement and the labour cost involved in carrying out this work.

3.This replacement of parts used in the work such as Doors, Handles, Faucets ,Door Knobs, Latches, Hinges, Padlocks, springs  and this warranty for these items will be for a Period of Five Years, bells, shelves, screws, hangers, hydraulic equipment, fixtures and kitchen baskets.

4. This Warranty includes ,

4. During such period, the Party of the Second Part shall replace, without any cost, the defective, malfunctioning components, items, to the Party of The First Part.

5. Here Cost denotes cost of the material replaced and the labour charges involved therein.

6.In such an event the party of the Second Part , not being able to fulfil this Warranty, Party of the Second Part, shall pay to party of the Second Part ,a sum equivalent to the cost of the material/s to be replaced and the labour charges involved in repairing/installing the same.

7.The Cost ,in such cases, will be determined by the party of the First part , at market rates, including labour and party of the Second Part shall ay the Party of the  First Part the amount on the claim made by Party of the First Party prior to replacing, reinstalling of such components, products .

8. Limitations.

Limitations: Materials/Components

Laminates, Veneers / Finishes / Hardwoods – 10 years

Electrical lamps, Ballasts, Transformers – 5 years

Fabrics, pneumatic lifts, foam – 5 years

Custom products built to customer specifications – 5 years

Seating foam padding – 5 years

Seating metal accents glides – 10 years

Seating wood frame – 10 years

Seating High Use Items – 5 years

(High Use Items include, but are not limited to, table arms, electrical components, ganging mechanisms, pneumatic lifts, and polymer based components)

9. The Warranty will come into Force effective September 1(First of September), 2013.

10. Any dispute arising out of this agreement is subject to ………….Jurisdiction.

11. Parties of the   First Part and the Second Part hereby affirm the aforesaid agreement and sign this Agreement,

Dated , …….,……,….

Annexure.

 

Party of the First Part.                                                                                                                                                                                    Party of the Second Part.

(                                       )                                                                                                                                                                                           (                                                )

Witnesses.

 

1.Name and Address.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Signature

2.

.

Place.

Date.

Khatha Certificate For Property Registration, Transfer. How

Khatha is the Document required for Registration,Ownership and Transfer of Property.

This is the most important Document in Bangalore Metro(BBMP).What is Khatha Extract:?

Khatha Extract is entering detail of the Property from the assessment register.

The extract is required to get a trade license, or to buy a particular property.

It has the details of the property like the name, size of the property, use of the property (commercial purpose, residential), annual value, when assessed last.

Who Should Obtain Khatha:

All property owners/holders who hold property within the BBMP jurisdiction are eligible to obtain a Khatha.

How To Get Khatha?

1.Get a notarized Copy of the Sale Deed.


Khatha is the  Document required for Registration,Ownership and Transfer of Property.

This is the most important Document in Bangalore Metro(BBMP).

To Obtain Khatha.
The Stages in Obtaining Khatha.

What is Khatha Extract:?

Khatha Extract is entering detail of the Property from the assessment register.

The extract is required to get a trade license, or to buy a particular property.

It has the details of the property like the name, size of the property, use of the property (commercial purpose, residential), annual value, when assessed last.

Who Should Obtain Khatha:

All property owners/holders who hold property within the BBMP jurisdiction are eligible to obtain a Khatha.

How To Get Khatha?

1.Get a notarized Copy of the Sale Deed.

This can be obtained from a Notary for a fee of rs 100 to 300.

2.Fill up the Khatha  Form. Link provided to wards the end of this Post.

3.The Application Fee is Rs.10.

4.Get the acknowledgement, it is in the Form of Registration

.5.Documents to be submitted with the Khatha Application.

  1. i. Title deed (Re-conveyed documents from BDA in case of BDA re-conveyed areas)
    ii. Tax paid receipts and Khatha details
    iii. Sketch of your property showing its boundaries and location of site
    iv. Improvement Charges
    v. National Saving Certificates for Rs.200/-
    vi. Encumbrance certificate for vacant sites
    vii. Flow chart of titleDocuments required for property of land type- BDA / KHB Layout

i. Title deed or Possession certificate
ii. National Saving Certificates for Rs.200/-
iii. Encumbrance certificate for vacant sites
iv. Flow chart of title.

  1. Issues of demand note: Generally it takes 15 days to process your application. You have to keep enquiring till the Demand Note is issued in your favour. The amount of Registration Fees to be paid is indicated in the demand note.
  1. Seek Information: After 2 months if there is still no activity then file an RTI to seek information on the status of the Khata Registration.
  2. Assessment of Property by Officials: The BBMP Revenue in-charge and Assistant Revenue Officer will personally visit the property to assess it. Please note that if the property is assessed as commercial and reads as ‘Rented Out’,  the Property Tax is twice the normal property tax amount payable.
  3. Khata Registration fee: After the property is assessed, the BBMP formally communicates this to you while mentioning the property dimensions (in sq. feet), its value as per BBMP assessment and the tax liability thereon.
  4.  One is also provided with a notice mentioning the same and informing you to pay the Khata Registration fee – 2% of the property value as Khata Registration fee (this is 2% of the value mentioned in the Sale deed).
  5. Once you pay the Khata Registration fee, in about 1-2 weeks, you will receive the notice for paying the pending property tax.
  6. Without this the Khata Extract will not be issued in your name. But if you have reached this point it means the Khata has been technically registered on your name.

 

Websites

Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagar Palike

Khatha services: BBMP

Application Download at,

Khatha Application/Acknowledgement Formhttp://www.karunadu.gov.in/e-forms/Pages/all-eforms-main.aspx

 

 

For Clarification, Contact,

Revenue Department, BBMP

*Please check at the Link if there are any changes in the procedure.

 

 

 

 

Domestic Violence Against Men Helpline

Yet when a mention of the term domestic violence crops up, it always is the violence perpetrated by Men against Women.

What about Men subjected to domestic violence by women?

Indian law is silent on this issue , so are laws the world over.

“Definitions.- In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,-

(a) ” aggrieved person” means any woman who is, or has been, in a domestic relationship with the respondent and who alleges to have been subjected to any act of domestic violence by the respondent;” Domestic Violence Act India.

Domestic Violence against Men.
Findings that women are as violent as men have been termed “gender symmetry


Domestic Violence Against Men.
Domestic Violence Against Men.

Violence is violence.

Yet when a mention of the term domestic violence crops up, it always is the violence perpetrated by Men against Women.

What about Men subjected to domestic violence by women?

Indian law is silent on this issue , so are laws the world over.

“Definitions.- In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires,-

(a) ” aggrieved person” means any woman who is, or has been, in a domestic relationship with the respondent and who alleges to have been subjected to any act of domestic violence by the respondent;” Domestic Violence Act India.
Domestic Violence against Men.

Findings that women are as violent as men have been termed “gender symmetry”.[1][9][10][11][12][13]

A 32-nation study of university students “revealed an overwhelming body of evidence that bidirectional violence is the predominant pattern of perpetration; and this study, along with evidence from many other studies (Medeiros & Straus, 2007), indicates that the etiology of PV is mostly parallel for men and women.”[14]

Domestic Violence against Men.
Domestic Violence against Men.

Straus and Gelles found that in couples reporting spousal violence, 27% of the time the man struck the first blow; in 24% of cases, the woman initiated the violence. The rest of the time, the violence was mutual, with both partners brawling. The results were the same even when the most severe episodes of violence were analyzed. In order to counteract claims that the reporting data was skewed, female-only surveys were conducted, asking females to self-report, and the data was the same.[15] The simple tally of physical acts is typically found to be similar in those studies that examine both directions, but some studies show that male violence may be more serious. Male violence may do more damage than female violence;[16] women are more likely to be injured and/or hospitalized. Female partners are more likely to be killed by their male partners than the reverse (62.1% to 37.9% per Department of Justice study), and women in general are more likely to be killed by their spouses than by all other types of assailants combined.[17] From a data set of 6,200 cases of spousal abuse in the Detroit area of the US in 1978-79, a study found that men used weapons 25% of the time while female assailants used weapons 86% of the time; 74% of men sustained injury and of these 84% required medical care.[18] Other studies report that female perpetrated domestic abuse is more common than male among adolescents.[19][20](wiki)

Signs of Domestic Violence against Men.

You might be experiencing domestic violence if your partner:

  • Calls you names, insults you or puts you down
  • Prevents you from going to work or school
  • Stops you from seeing family members or friends
  • Tries to control how you spend money, where you go or what you wear
  • Acts jealous or possessive or constantly accuses you of being unfaithful
  • Gets angry when drinking alcohol or using drugs
  • Threatens you with violence or a weapon
  • Hits, kicks, shoves, slaps, chokes or otherwise hurts you, your children or your pets
  • Assaults you while you’re sleeping, you’ve been drinking or you’re not paying attention to make up for a difference in strength
  • Forces you to have sex or engage in sexual acts against your will
  • Blames you for his or her violent behavior or tells you that you deserve it
  • Portrays the violence as mutual and consensual.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/domestic-violence-against-men/MY00557

Helpline.

National Helpline
01823 334244 
If you are a man suffering Domestic Abuse or Violence call this number.
Our confidential helpline is manned from Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm and 7pm – 9pm.
Helpline services for the Deaf are provided through Text Relay. Visitwww.textrelay.org for details.
Normal BT rates apply
If you are in immediate danger, call 999

http://www.mankind.org.uk/

Philip Cook’s book Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence offers an account of the politics of statistics across four decades of research on intimate partner violence, chronicling the ways in which the battering of men is overlooked and under-discussed. Cook points out that women make up 20% of domestic violence arrests and, in the reissued version of the book released in 2009, shows how these figures have changed over time, reflecting reporting practices rather than a dramatic increase in the levels of violence. Cook cites a survey sponsored by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration of abused women seeking shelter in Kentucky found that among violent couples, 38% of attacks were by ones where women reported that they had initiated a violent act.

Unsurprisingly, men are far less likely than women to report incidents where they have been injured as it might call into question the status of their manhood. For men who did not hit back, retaliate, or perform an evasive action, there remains an expectation among many of the men themselves that they should have been able to fend off what transpired. Counselors note that boys and men who have been the victims of violence have a hard time accepting the label of victim.  Feminized associations with victim language makes it difficult for men and boys who experience violence to seek and accept help.

http://thefeministwire.com/2013/03/feminist-anxiety-about-domestic-violence-against-men/

Bathroom Fracture, Safety Tips For Elders

How does one go about preventing these Fractures in the Bathroom?

For starters, those above 60, must realize they are not getting younger and the body has a mind of its own, it refuses, at times to obey you,

Understand this, no point in trying to look young and act young.

Our time is past.

Unless we realize this, we might be in trouble for ourselves and a nuisance to others.

Do not get up from the Bed at one stroke. wake up slowly, switch on the light and sit in the bed for a few minutes, then get down from the cot.

Preferable to avoid searching for the slippers with the feet, chances are you might slip.

Walk to the Bathroom slowly, switch on the light.

2.Advisable to have the Bathroom floor semi rough surface .

Avoid glitzy smooth surface tiles.

3.The Bathroom switch is to be fixed outside with dual control inside.

4.Switch on and Off from the outside.

5.Do not drink more water than necessary before going to Bed.


Safe Bathroom.
Safe Bathroom.

I have noticed that the cause of Death , for the elderly, seems to originate from a Fracture sustained in a Bathroom.

This happens especially to people, generally of Good Health as well, when they use the Bathroom, both in the Day and at Nights.

The Fracture occurs mostly is the Hips and despite every attempt to rectify it, the Fracture stays put and usually the people are bed ridden

They develop complications, not necessarily associated with Fracture and that’s it.

In the case of the infirm it is still riskier.

If one has Sugar,Blood Pressure and a History fo Heart/ Lung Ailments, the treatment becomes difficult.

Many seniors are injured in their bathroom when they slip and fall. The bathroom is very treacherous with  many hard surfaces and sharp edges. Common injuries include bumps and bruises and broken hips.  According to the Center for Disease Control 360,000 to 480,000 older adults sustain fall-related fractures each year. Carefully planned modifications can significantly reduce the risk of these devastating injuries.  In 2004 hip fracture hospitalizations for every 100,000 persons was 1,113 for women and 558 for men.  Another startling fact is many people die shortly after a hip fracture. This injury causes anImmediate Need for the patient.  Home modifications are often made prior to the patient returning home from a lengthy rehabilitation.

According to a report from the Center for Disease Control:

  • One out of five hip fracture patients die within one year of the injury.
  • One in four adults who live independently before a hip fracture spend over a year in a nursing home after their injury.
  • Of the 500,000 hip fractures per year women suffer ¾ of all injuries.”

How does one go about preventing these Fractures in the Bathroom?

For starters, those above 60, must realize they are not getting younger and the body has a mind of its own, it refuses, at times to obey you,

Understand this, no point in trying to look young and act young.

Our time is past.

Unless we realize this, we might be in trouble for ourselves and  a nuisance to others.

Do not get up from the Bed at one stroke. wake up slowly, switch on the light and sit in the bed for a few minutes, then get down from the cot.

Preferable to avoid searching for the slippers with the feet, chances are you might slip.

Walk to the Bathroom slowly, switch on the light.Installing  a Lamp (0 watt) at the Bottom of the side wall will help

2.Advisable to have  the Bathroom floor semi rough surface .

Avoid glitzy smooth surface tiles.

3.The Bathroom switch is to be fixed outside with dual control inside.

4.Switch on and Off from the outside.

5.Do not drink more water than necessary before going to Bed. and keep the Bathroom Dry.

6.Suggested Modifications for the Bathroom.

New shower: get rid of the old tub and remove the step over hazard. Construct a barrier free shower or install an acrylic barrier free unit. Install adjustable, fixed and handheld shower heads. Install grab bars and a pull down seat.

Toilet: Install a elevated comfort height toilet with seat that will make it easier to get up and down. Install a strategically place grab bar near the toilet for the end user.

Sink: install a lower mounted bathroom sink and leave the underside open for proper knee clearance and maneuverability.

Home modifications that improve safety in the bathroom; minor bathroom modifications

  • Put a backless bench in the tub or shower
  • Add a handheld shower head
  • Install an elevated toilet seat or toilet riser
  • Correctly install grab bars, not towel racks in the shower and bath area
  • Purchase and lay large, nonskid mats
  • Install a phone in the bathroom
  • Install brighter lighting
  • Purchase a portable toilet for night-time use in the bedroom
  • Install a pocket door

Ref: http://www.solacern.com/2012/10/bathroom-home-modifications-reduces-the-risk-of-hip-fractures-in-mass/

Pocket Money Alarming Trends IndiaTakes Action

This is addition to what is being provided at Home by way of Food, Shelter Clothing, Study expenses and in fact covers everything.

This concept is a new one, since about fifteen years,;even then, it was not followed as it is being done now.

We were provided every thing by the parents at Home(about 50 years back) and I did not even know what to ask.

I used accept what was given by my father.

Even School textbooks were not asked for.

If I needed something, which was rare, at times I used to ask my mother and what I wanted was provided, but never Money.

Today, we find Pocket Money is being demanded as a matter of Right by the children and parents also consider this as a part of a Child growing into an adult!

It sounds funny.

Why does a child require Money and why do parents encourage it?

One point is that the peer Pressure exerted on the Parents by the other parents on the one hand and , on the other,the pressure exerted by the child’s friends.

Many parents resort to this practice to show their status,also to assuage their guilt feeling of not being with the child as much as they would like because of the fact that both Husband and wife are employed.

They think they are compensating this by giving money to children.

At a relatively young age, say up to 10 years, if you bring up the child properly. the child would not ask for Pocket Money and what it needs is the fact that the Father/Mother personally bought something for him

Once you allow the child the taste of money, it never leaves.

The child develops a taste for things which it can not afford and assumes that the Money is there merely for the asking.

When you have money, one tends to spend on things one does not need, this applies more to Adults,look at your credit card purchase-s you would have bought things which you would otherwise have not bought if you hard currency ;such being the case, imagine a child!

When the child has more money it tends to develop bad habits like Smoking< Drinking and begin to use drugs.


Pocket Money is the money given to children by the parents to spend.

Pocket Money in India
Pocket Money In India, A Study.

This is addition to what is being provided at Home by way of Food, Shelter Clothing, Study expenses and in fact covers everything.

This concept  is a new one, since about fifteen years,;even then, it was not followed as it is being done now.

We were provided  every thing by the parents at Home(about 50 years back) and I did not even know what to ask.

I used accept what was given by my father.

Even School textbooks were not asked for.

If I needed something, which was rare, at times I used to ask my mother and what I wanted was provided, but never Money.

Today, we find Pocket Money is being demanded as a matter of Right by the children and parents also consider this as a part of a Child growing into an adult!

It sounds funny.

Why does a child require Money and why do parents encourage it?

One point is that the peer Pressure exerted on the Parents by the other parents  on the one hand  and , on the other,the pressure exerted by the child’s friends.

Many parents resort to this practice to show their status,also to assuage their guilt feeling of not being with the child  as much as they would like because of the fact that both Husband and wife are employed.

They think they are compensating this by giving money to children.

At a relatively young age, say up to 10 years, if you bring up the child properly. the child would not ask for Pocket Money and what it needs is the fact that the Father/Mother personally  bought something for him

Once you allow the child the taste of money, it never leaves.

The child develops a taste for things which it can not afford and assumes that the Money is there merely for the asking.

When you have money, one tends to spend on things one does not need, this applies more to Adults,look at your credit card purchase-s you would have bought things which you would otherwise have not bought if you hard currency ;such being the case, imagine a child!

When the child has  more money it tends to develop bad habits like Smoking< Drinking and begin to use drugs.

As usual parents are the last to know of this.

Then things had gone beyond control.

Another serious implication is that when the child does not get the money from you it starts stealing , first from Home ,then later from other people.

I am not sounding an undue Alarm.

Survey at .

http://www.bemoneyaware.com/survey.php

This I have observed in quite a number of cases.

The issue has assumed such serious proportions that the Government of India has come out with a Scheme to regulate this and create an awareness among the students and the parents.

I am providing some thoughts from another source;

Pocket money as the name suggests is money given to children to take care of petty expenses. This amount of money can be given by parents’ everyday, every week or every month or even on adhoc basis, as and when the child requires it. As long as the child has the freedom to spend the money, it will be deemed as pocket money.

Parents extensively differ in their perspectives of whether or not to give pocket money to children. Some parents believe that pocket money should not be given since

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That will make the child feel that ‘parents money is not his/her money’,
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‘It could lead to fights between children’,
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‘Unhealthy competition amongst children on the amount of pocket money they get’
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Loss of control on where children spend the money’

However, giving pocket money to children has several advantages:

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Children feel a sense of independence and responsibility towards spending the money the right way. They learn & understand the value of money. They also learn to understand that amount of money is limited and they need to always choose between their various desires to ensure correct use of their pocket money.
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Children get into the habit of planned income and expenditure. They also learn about saving & budgeting. For eg: if they want to buy a present for their mother’s birthday, they will need to put aside some amount of money every month to collect the commensurate amount and buy the gift.
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Giving pocket money to children also makes them feel an important part of the family since they know that they get a part of the family’s monthly income.
Some parents even believe in their children earning pocket money. What does that mean? It means that parents can often inculcate values/ beliefs/ actions in their children by rewarding them for it in the form of pocket money. In such cases, parents divide the pocket money amount in two parts:

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One that is given on a timely basis.
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Second that is earned against some house jobs. For eg: every Sunday, you could start giving a fixed sum of money to your son if he helps his father in cleaning the car. Or if your daughter helps around in dusting the house. This will in a way also inculcate the habit of weekly cleanliness in them since childhood. Similarly, if you strongly wish to inculcate the value of ‘ helping others’ in your children, you could promise them an extra sum of money during summer vacations if they help your maid’s child learn the basics of math.

Pocket Money , Indian Government Initiative.

Pocket Money – Financial Education in Schools
NISM has developed a program to impart basic financial skills to school students (Classes VIII upwards). Named as ‘Pocket Money’, this program has been developed as an eight (90 minute) session course.This is a joint initiative being conducted by SEBI and NISM. We have done a pilot initiative covering 30 schools and 4000 students. We will soon be launching the program in various parts of the country.

For more information about this program please go through this short presentation:

Download here for the programme.

The Government is tying up with schools and educate children , parents and the Teachers on this issue.

http://www.nism.ac.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=262&Itemid=233

http://www.indiachildren.com/growing/10to15y/pocketmoney.htm

Studies On Pocket Money in India.

A 2011 study by ASSOCHAM on “Current Pocket Money Trends in Urban India” spoke to over 3,000 respondents in the 12-20 years age group in five metros, including Chennai (which was at the bottom of the list in terms of pocket money – the maximum was Rs.5,000). Shockingly, it revealed that children were getting pocket money upwards of Rs.12,000 in India, many times more than the few thousands that children were used to getting just six years ago. Apparently, big budget items that kids were going in for was gadgets (55 per cent), 25 per cent spent money on movies and malls, and about 20 per cent on eating out.

“Food is on top of the list – for all children, irrespective of their socio economic strata. If they have money, they buy food. Unfortunately, most of it is junk food and fizzy drinks,” Dr. Kumarababu explains.

Coupled with a sedentary lifestyle, this leads to obesity and a whole string of metabolic disorders that are best prevented at a young age, doctors say. The next big spending is on gadgets and on video games CDs and DVDs, all of which further encourage a sedentary life.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/chennai/pocket-money-may-encourage-deviant-behaviour-in-kids/article2876324.ece

My suggestion is not to give Pocket Money right from the early childhood and provide children what they need by yourself.

In case you can not avoid this , make sure the child keeps an account and shows it to you daily.

Schools may encourage children to save and set Marks for Saving for A  ‘Pass’/Rank.

Little Girl’s Concern For ‘A Single Father’


Today people marry in haste and divorce …?.

They do not think about the offspring.

How a child would take it never occurs to them in their Hedonistic pursuits.

Story:

Dating with kids isn’t easy — unless your kid takes it upon themselves to find you a date.

One little girl decided to do exactly that recently, as the adorable note Redditor moodysimon posted on Wednesday shows.

(huffington post)

Now look at how a child cares for her single Father, which does not seem to occurred to her Mother.

Child' Note about her Single Father.
Child’ Note about her Single Father.

Saw this on my FB feed: “A little girl wearing one rollerblade just stopped me on the footpath to ask ‘do you know any single adults’? I asked her to explain and she replied ‘as in single girls’. I said yes. She then handed me this note and skated off! Any takers?

http://www.reddit.com/r/aww/comments/1labbk/saw_this_on_my_fb_feed_a_little_girl_wearing_one/

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